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Autocad/Revit/BIM beginner

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Joined: 05.Apr.2021
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    Posted: 05.Apr.2021 at 19:50
Just looking for some advice on starting out with a CAD route of training. I've got very small amount of experience in Autocad and Vivian through my production/live events career. I'd like to venture into the BIM route, architecture/construction, etc full time. I'm thinking starting with Autocad then venturing into Revit when the experience grows. Is there any route of recommendation to take for this? a certain online training/school? go gritty and just watch free online training? I'm a an apple guy so I know autocad will work with that but not with Revit. Any advice would be great. 
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I'd start right in learning Revit and skip AutoCAD.  More job opportunities.
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